Shamma A. Alam
Shamma A. Alam
Associate Professor, Dickinson College
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Parental health shocks, child labor and educational outcomes: Evidence from Tanzania
SA Alam
Journal of health economics 44, 161-175, 2015
Income shocks, contraceptive use, and timing of fertility
SA Alam, CC Pörtner
Journal of Development Economics 131, 96-103, 2018
Do pesticide sellers make farmers sick? Health, information, and adoption of technology in Bangladesh
SA Alam, H Wolff
Journal of agricultural and resource economics, 62-80, 2016
The Distributional Impact of Fiscal Policy in Jordan
SA Alam, G Inchauste, U Serajuddin
Asset ownership and microloan repayment: Examining Data from Bangladesh
R White, SA Alam
Development Policy Review 31 (3), 343-368, 2013
Did the Great Recession Affect Fertility? Examining the Impact of Job Displacements on the Timing of Births in the United States
SA Alam, B Bose
Southern Economic Journal 86 (3), 873-909, 2020
CEQ Master Workbook: Jordan. Version: March 8, 2016
M Abdel-Halim, SA Alam, Y Mansur, U Serajuddin, P Verme
CEQ Data Center (CEQ Institute, Tulane University and the World Bank), 2016
The great recession and physical activity of young adults
SA Alam, B Bose
American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine 17 (2), 290-298, 2023
Stepping into adulthood during a recession: Did job losses during the Great Recession impact health of young adults?
SA Alam, B Bose
Health Economics 31 (8), 1730-1751, 2022
Economic shocks and children’s education
SA Alam, CC Pörtner, C Simpson
Handbook of Labor, Human Resources and Population Economics, 1-19, 2022
Impact of Twin Lockdowns on Hunger, Labor Market Outcomes, and Household Coping Mechanisms: Evidence from Uganda
SA Alam, CC Pörtner, I Ahmed
Impacts of the COVID-19 Lockdown on Healthcare Inaccessibility and Unaffordability in Uganda
B Bose, SA Alam, CC Pörtner
The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 109 (3), 527, 2023
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